Your editorial of the February 28 (“McAlpine: An error of selection that persists”) represents a new low point of Bahamian editorial journalism.
As an example of strident political bias, your studied distraction in the face of the FNM’s latest example of maladministration (the “egregious” behavior
Police said an investigation has been launched after an unaccompanied infant was found locked in a car in a parking lot yesterday morning.
Chief Superintendent B.K. Bonamy said the driver of the car is understood to be the child’s father.
“We at the Central Police Station are doing an investigation
Inmates say of the crimes being orchestrated in communities by gangs from within the prison, 32 percent of them are murders, according to a study by the University of The Bahamas (UB).
The study was conducted in 2016 with surveys from 369 inmates of the Bahamas
A Yamacraw Shores resident, who was allegedly caught in a compromising situation on a beach with a teenage boy, has been remanded to prison on an unlawful sex charge.
Paul Lewis, 37, appeared before Magistrate Ambrose Armbrister on a charge of unlawful sexual intercourse.
Prosecutors alleged that
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Fred Mitchell said yesterday all PLP MPs met the March 1 public disclosure deadline.
There are four PLPs represented in the House of Assembly.
“All PLP parliamentarians have complied with the provisions of the Public Disclosure Act 1976 by filing the executed
Commissioner of Police Anthony Ferguson said police are doing all that they can to ensure that all visitors and Bahamians are safe in The Bahamas.
The U.S. Department of State reissued a level two travel advisory on Monday, warning U.S. citizens to “exercise increased caution” when
LONDON (AP) — For almost as long as Britain and the European Union have been wrangling over Brexit, Melvin Burton has been preparing for a bumpy landing.
He's growing vegetables, drying fruit and buying in bulk. He reels off the cornucopia of cans filling his shed
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Gunfire continued in the heart of Somalia's capital on Friday as security forces battled with al-Shabab extremists holed up in a building nearly a day after their car bombing in Mogadishu killed at least 24 people, with the toll expected to
Jazz In The Gardens (JITG) is more than just a two-day concert party experience. It’s also about FMAC — the film, music, arts and culture conference; the Impact Luncheon, where this year the topic is “The Future Is Female”; and, this year, a partnership between
The 14th annual Jazz In The Gardens (JITG) tickets are apparently the hottest giveaway in town with a Bahamian reaching out from as far away as Canada to get their name into the pot for the drawing that takes place today, and hoping to be